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Spitfire (1922)

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Dead Of Night (1945) -- (Movie Clip) So It Isn't A Dream This Time? Basil Dearden directs this opening bit, as architect Craig (Mervyn Johns), greeted by Foley (Roland Culver) meets Mary Merrall, Googie Withers, Frederick Valk, Antony Baird and Sally Ann Howes, mystery already, in the Ealing Studios light-horror anthology Dead Of Night, 1945.
Window, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) The Boy Cried Wolf On location in New York, Bobby Driscoll as "Tommy," loaned out from Disney, terrific opening by cinematographer-turned-director Ted Tetzlaff, Academy Award-nominated editing by Frederic Knudtson, from The Window, 1949, based on a Cornell Woolrich story.
Window, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) You Never Mean Any Harm Only child Tommy (Bobby Driscoll) with parents (Arthur Kennedy, Barbara Hale), when the landlord shows up acting on a rumor the kid spread earlier in the day, confirming the boy does have a problem with confabulating, in The Window, 1949, from the Cornell Woolrich story The Boy Cried Murder.
Window, The (1949) -- (Movie Clip) You've Had A Bad Dream Camped out on the fire escape where it's cooler, one floor above his family's apartment, Tommy (Bobby Driscoll) sees the Kellersons (Paul Stewart, Ruth Roman) commit the crime, his mom (Barbara Hale) not buying it, in The Window, 1949.
Never Let Me Go (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Great Russian Nero Josef Stalin and genuine news footage featured in director Delmer Daves' opening, American reporter Sutherland (Clark Gable) and English Steve (Kenneth More) introduced, then ballerina Marya (Gene Tierney), in the Cold War romance-thriller Never Let Me Go, 1953.
Outcast of the Islands -- (Movie Clip) Mr. Willems Hudig (Frederick Valk) decides Willems (Trevor Howard) is a thief and sends Vinck (Wilfrid Hyde-White) to pursue him at the billiard parlor in the opening of Carol Reed's Outcast of the Islands, 1951.